Tuesday, May 24, 2022

Lockdown and hardship force Refugees into returning home, officers fear it could spread...

by Samson Ganiku, Radio Pacis Ever since the reinforcement of the lockdown in early June over...

Over two hundred thousand struggle to access water in Kapoeta East County

By Daniel Garang Kapoeta East County is located in the eastern part of South Sudan’s Eastern...

Returnees struggling to start lives from scratches

By James Arusi According to UNHCR’s data of November 2020, over three hundred thousand (300,000) South...

Refugees seek peace in country’s 10th independence anniversary

By; Samson Ganiku, Radio Pacis As South Sudan turns ten, refugees in the various settlements in...

Rape and Theft: How 24-Year-Old man ended up battling for life after mob beatings.

By Emmy Daniel Ojara, Speak fm GULU. Kinyera Wilberforce, a 24 year old man ended up...

Covid19: cases rise among refugees

The presidential order that came into effect since June 07th banned inter district movement for individuals and all forms...

Unruly food cuts send refugees into farming amid lockdown.

Each refugee in Uganda’s Rhino camp settlement used to receive 12 kilograms of food ration. That was before the...

Unclear data for urban refugees hampers service delivery

Latest report from different sections of stakeholders in Uganda’s WestNile region says they are struggling with the unknown data...

Covid19: Refugees hosting districts struggle with resurgence, blame it on continuous influx of refugees

By: Frederick Dramadri, Radio Pacis A number of refugee hosting communities in the West Nile region...

Thin line between child abuse and survival

New reports are suggesting many children experience some form of abuse, especially by the people they stay with, in Uganda's largest...

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